Dynamic Biosensors is a young biotech company based in Munich, Germany, and in Boston (MA), USA. We provide innovative measurement technologies for the analysis of molecular interactions, which enable life science researchers in academia and industry to achieve scientific breakthroughs and develop future medicines against cancer and many other diseases.
Dynamic Biosensors commercializes switchSENSE® technology, a groundbreaking platform technology for the analysis of biomolecules with applications in R&D and drug development.
BMG LABTECH is a leading global manufacturer of innovative, high-quality, and reliable microplate reader instrumentation. Read more ….
We create innovative solutions to many of the worlds scientific challenges. Our products are used globally for quality control processes, chemical analysis, and the synthesis of therapeutic drugs. Since 1978 many companies in the world have benefited from our faster, easier, and more efficient technologies.. Read more ….
Gyros Protein Technologies
Gyros Protein Technologies AB is a leading provider of solutions for peptide synthesis and bioanalysis. Our focus is on helping scientists in academia and industry to increase biomolecule performance and productivity in research, drug discovery, pre-clinical and clinical development, and bioprocess applications. Read more ….
LUE Impact Biomolécules
The Impact project « Biomolecules » of Lorraine University of Excellence (LUE), financed by the big loan and the industry for 5M €, develops a federative and finalized research based on 18 research laboratories and as many companies. This open consortium has the common goal of mobilizing all these skills to become an important player in the development of the bioeconomy. This project aims to set up a « Biomolecules – Bioengineering – Bioeconomy Network » (3B Network) which will produce new biomolecules, functionalized and vectorized, for the following markets: agro-chemistry, biocontrol, agro-food, cosmetics, pharmaceutical and medical. Read more ….
The French Group of Peptides and Proteins (GFPP) is a scientific society bringing together for more than 40 years all the French laboratories developing research on peptides and proteins. The GFPP’s mission is to promote interdisciplinarity and facilitate interaction between the different scientific communities: chemists and biologists, academics and delegates of private companies. It aims to stimulate the circulation of national and international scientific information in these fields, through biennially congresses, thematic days, …
The GFPP regularly awards scholarships to: participate in international congresses in the field of peptides/proteins (EPS and APS congresses) or finance inter-laboratory exchanges in order to disseminate new techniques and train young scientists in multidisciplinary approaches.
Society of Biological Inorganic Chemistry
The Society of Biological Inorganic Chemistry (SBIC) is a learned society, established in 1995, to advance research and education in the field of Biological Inorganic Chemistry, and to promote an understanding of the field within academia and industry and to the general public. The Society is the owner of the Journal of Biological Inorganic Chemistry (JBIC). SBIC provides financial support for conferences, training courses and workshops to facilitate exchange of information between scientists involved in the research and teaching of Biological Inorganic Chemistry. Although the International Conferences on Biological Inorganic Chemistry (ICBICs) predated SBIC by many years, the relationship between the two is strong and SBIC provides SBIC Student Travel Grants for both ICBIC and the regional BIC (EuroBIC, AsBIC and LABIC) conferences.
Separations is indexed by the Science Citation Index Expanded (Web of Science), Scopus, CAPlus / SciFinder, and many other databases. The latest Impact Factor is 2.777. A first decision provided to authors approximately 13.4 days after submission; acceptance to publication is undertaken in 3.8 days (median values for papers published in this journal in the second half of 2021).
The journal website is: https://www.mdpi.com/journal/separations.
Grand Nancy Métropole
The DNA of our region is above all its university life, with more than 51,000 students. Our research laboratories are renowned throughout the world, such as the Institut Jean Lamour, one of the most influential European laboratories in materials engineering. In the same spirit, a scientific and medical technology park mobilises 300 establishments, 2,000 teacher-researchers and major national research institutes.
Economically, Grand Nancy Metropole is developing a culture of high value-added services, with 23,000 companies, including major international groups such as Saint Gobain, Novasep, Fives Nordon and Welcoop. Spearheading the digital revolution, Greater Nancy is the only metropolis to be awarded the French Tech label in the Grand Est region, thanks to the LORnTECH initiative, which brings together the towns and agglomerations of the Lorraine region (Épinal, Nancy, Metz and Thionville).
A creative and cultural metropolis, Grand Nancy Metropole has major architectural assets, including an 18th century ensemble listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site (Place Stanislas, Place d’Alliance, Place de la Carrière). With the Opéra national de Lorraine, the Choreographic National Centre – Ballet de Lorraine, the Théâtre de la Manufacture and the six museums in the area, there are hundreds of shows and exhibitions every year that bring the public and artists together. Numerous events that mark the cultural identity of the region through their roots and influence: Le Livre sur la place, Nancy Jazz Pulsations and the Saint-Nicolas festivities.